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Kress v. France

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The public's increased sensitivity to the fair administration of justice justified the growing importance attached to appearances. Therefore the participation of the Government Commissioner in the deliberations of the trial bench of the Conseil d'Etat, irrespective of the Commissioner's acknowledged objectivity and despite the fact that he did not vote, might afford him an additional opportunity to bolster his submissions in favour of one of the parties in the privacy of the deliberations room and so is in violation of the right to a fair trial.

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2001-08-01
2016-08-28

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